Allison Williams, born on January 18, 1984, is an American reporter and sportscaster who currently works for ESPN.
Prior to working at ESPN, Williams was a host for certain pregame and postgame shows for Marlins Live, which is a show that covered the Miami Marlins of MLB.
While working at Marlins Live, Williams also did field reporting with play-by-play man Rich Waltz and color commentator Tommy Hutton. Prior to working for Marlins Live, Williams did reporting for the Florida Panthers on home games with play-by-play man Steve Goldstein, Color Analyst Bill Lindsay, and Sportscaster Frank Forte.
Since joining the mothership in 2011, Williams primarily covers college sports for ESPN. She makes frequent appearances on programs such as Get Up, Sportscenter, College Gameday, and more.
In addition to covering the Florida Panthers, Miami Marlins, college football, and college basketball, Williams has hosted shows such as Miccosukee Sports Rap, The Jason Taylor Celebrity Golf Special, Ultimate Fan Experience, and others.
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Allison Williams joined ESPN in March of 2011. She is currently a reporter, working Saturday college football games and Big Monday college basketball games. In 2016, Williams moved from Friday night college football games to the Saturday slot on ABC/ESPN with the crew of play-by-play commentator Bob Wischusen and analyst Brock Huard.
Previous to ESPN, Williams has been a sideline reporter and pregame host for Fox Sports Florida covering the Florida Panthers hockey team since 2008 and the Florida Marlins baseball team since 2010. During her time with Fox Sports Florida she has also served as a feature reporter for Miccosukee Sports Rap. From 2006 to 2010 she was a sideline reporter for college football and basketball for CSS. Her role at CSS also included time as the host of Ultimate Fan Experience.
In addition, Williams has served as a reporter on Dophins GameDay Live for the Miami Dolphins and spent time as an anchor for Sports Radio 560 WQAM.
As for her personal life, Williams was born and raised in Michigan before she graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in broadcast journalism in 2006.